Mark Torgl and film maker and author Scott Phillips.
Alix is best known for her adult blog called We Could Be Naked where she talks about anything and everything… while naked! Alix also has a new amateur adult video out so if you’d like to see more of this lovely lady pick up a copy today!
Now let’s turn things around and ask Alix Lakehurst a few questions:
Alix, you will be giving a workshop on
"erotic in horror" at the It Came From Lake Michigan
film festival in October. Following that subject a bit,
it seems that in a lot of horror over the last 30 years,
the sure way to get killed was to have sex, to survive
you had to be "virginal". Do you think there was a trend
in horror to "punish" the sexually active/empowered
characters, both male and female, if so do you think it
is still the case today?
Ironically, Nancy shows her tits in the tub later in the movie so it wasn't always about the nudity. I think there was a clear distinction between nudity and sex. In I Spit On Your Grave, it's perfectly fine for Jennifer to prance around her back yard completely naked but when she is raped she kills her predators brutally in the nude. When I was younger and felt that women nude in films were bad, society didn't agree and wanted the sexually active to get killed and the virgins to be nude. It's almost like the movie industry thought it had some kind of obligation to provide sex-education. Very bad sex-education. "Don't have sex or Freddy will kill you in your sleep." Ha, I can still remember being told
that if I was promiscuous I would get hurt or killed by a sexual predator or my partner.
much in horror. If there is sex it is part of the horror like a rape. But today horror is not all about monsters and zombies. It's about the monsters in the mind. To me anything with violence is Horror. The Soprano's is Horror to me. All those people getting whacked was more terrifying then a Dario Argento movie.
don't believe it is. Porn is made for masturbation and as a sexual aide. Silly people like Max Hardcore
and look away. For me and most of my peers, porn is not for pushing limits or shock. Most people have normal limits and don't have the frat boy mentality that shock jocks would like us to have so they get higher ratings. I was told that Max Hardcore makes his movies of girls vomiting on cocks and speculum enlarged anus' to get shock jocks talking about it and to cater to the frat boy market which in reality isn't that large.
name. I think the critics throwing this term around might want to re-think their new buzz word. And that's all it is a "buzz word/term". The definition is loosely based on what it really means. Critics say
it to be cool so they don't have to write interesting sentences hiding the fact that they can't write at all. It's a little scary to think that people are masturbating to blood and guts. The amount of people
going to see films like this is amazing and may be a
sign that the frat boy market is getting larger and
beyond immature men. I'm surprised these films don't
have x ratings.